The community of Osakis held their annual Taste of Osakis celebration recently. The weekend was full of music, games, events, food and even some bull riding.
After many years in absence, cheering has made a comeback at the Long Prairie-Grey Eagle School District. Cheerleaders roused the crowd at the Thunder’s home opener this past Friday. See more in an upcoming edition of the Long Prairie Leader about the return of cheering.
Grey Eagle recently played host to its annual classic car show.
When addressing the sources of pollution that put Lake Osakis on the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency’s (MPCA) “impaired waters” list, the Sauk River Watershed District focused on the sediment and “suspended solids” coming from Judicial Ditch No. 2 (JD2) that empty 3,700 pounds of phosphorus into...
In a wide-ranging interview, Osakis School Superintendent Justin Dahlheimer highlighted several of the new initiatives that Osakis Public Schools will see this year. Much of the interview focused on community and leaning on the strengths that a small rural school district like Osakis can bring to...
The Long Drive In of Long Prairie recently hosted its annual classic car night at the drive in. Whether you had big fins, open fenders or sharp angles on your hatchback, vehicles from the old to the more modern lined up for the big show.
If classic cars weren’t your thing like at the Long Drive In, then you could’ve took in the sights and demonstrations at the Burtrum Heritage Days. Antique tractors, sawmills and more kept everyone busy at the annual event.
The Long Prairie-Grey Eagle School District welcomes a host of new teachers this year. They include: Kelly Burns, Chris Johnson, Kayla Mathews, Ayla Gross, Brandon Schulte, Megan Dreher, Lisa Marty, and Alex Bailey. Kelly Burns Kelly Burns will join the LPGE WIN Team. She is a graduate of Bemidji...
This past weekend the American Legion Riders hosted their annual Bike and Trike Rally at the Todd County Fairgrounds. Along with vendors and other events, rally attendees were able to watch some action at the grandstand. The annual event helps to fund veterans programming throughout the area.
The Grey Eagle Fire Department held their annual corn feed last week at the Grey Eagle Fire Hall.